Health Inequalities and Suicide Risk - A Systematic Review
Collaborator: Adrienne Grzenda, M.D., Ph.D. (University of California, Los Angeles), Stefanie Kirchner, MPH (Medizinische Universität Wien), Ping Wang (Autonomous University of Madrid), & Diana E. Clarke, Ph.D (Johns Hopkins University)
This systematic review aims to assess the psychological effects of gender-affirming hormones and surgical treatments on gender diverse children, adolescents, and young adults based on the most recent evidence and in light of the developments and advancements made in gender-affirming treatments. This review focused exclusively on psychological and well-being outcomes.
We have completed the systematic review process, and are currently preparing the manuscript for publication.This study is sponsored by International Academy of Suicide Research.
- Childhood Trauma and Onset of Suicidal Attempt
- Suicidal Ideation Trajectories - A Latent Profile Analysis of A Prospective Study
- Transgender Identity Development and Minority Stress
- Morphometric Alterations in Late-Life Suicide and Relationships with Cognitive Decline
- The Relationship of Childhood Trauma Experiences with the Age of Onset of First Suicidal Behavior in Late-Life Depression